For a Loved One
Addiction treatment can seem like a big step but helping your loved one work towards health and long-term sobriety starts with finding the right treatment facility. This is easier said than done. People suffering from substance abuse are often in denial about the severity of their problem and are resistant to any changes or suggestions that they need help.
There is no better time to seek treatment for your loved one. While denial can be difficult to combat, it’s imperative to find the right treatment for someone suffering from addiction. Drug and alcohol abuse can lead to long-term health problems and tragically, death. Make sure your loved one gets the help they need by starting their journey to lifelong sobriety at Recovery in Motion. Don’t wait for things to get worse or until it’s too late.
Finding a trustworthy facility starts with looking at the care they provide and their approach to recovery. At Recovery in Motion, we provide a high quality of care that focuses on identifying co-occurring addiction and mental illness so that we can treat more than the symptoms of addiction. Recovery starts with sobriety but that’s only the first step. We protect the health of every one of our clients by providing physical and mental health assessments. We start with a strong foundation of sobriety by safely removing substances from their bodies. From there, we focus on programs that lead to long-term recovery.
Our licensed therapists and medical physicians will give your loved one the attention they need to reveal the root of their addiction. They will provide the comprehensive care they truly need to remain sober and recovery-focused. You are not alone and you don’t have to keep your loved one’s addiction a secret. You can help your loved one and heal your family without shame. At Recovery in Motion, we provide the care your entire family needs to break the cycle of addiction.
Is Intervention the Right Choice?
Addiction can feel hopeless, especially when your loved one is in denial or has been through treatment before. Hiring a professional interventionist can help break through emotional instability. Having an objective person involved in the process takes the burden off of family members who want to help their addicted loved ones. An interventionist can help get your loved one to Recovery in Motion and ensure that they complete treatment.
Many addicted people do not have autonomy and rely on their loved ones for money, food, and clothes. For family members, it is difficult to break this cycle because it feels like abandoning their loved ones. Recovery in Motion helps families recognize the pattern of codependence and untangle the dysfunctional bonds. We’ll help you get your loved one to treatment so they can take the first steps to an independent, self-sufficient life.
How to Support a Loved One in Rehab
Being involved in your loved one’s treatment process is important for their long-term sobriety. By educating yourself and supporting them in their recovery journey, you’re telling them that they’re not alone and that they have a supportive home to return to after treatment. You can help foster their sobriety and heal your family system so that you are all stronger than ever.
Why this time will be different
Unfortunately, relapse is common for many people with substance use disorder. If you have been through the treatment process before, you know there are no guarantees. Relapse does not have to be part of the recovery cycle. This time will be different for your family because treatment at Recovery in Motion includes a family program and important aftercare planning for your loved one.
Our Unique Approach to Recovery
What makes Recovery In Motion different from other substance abuse treatment facilities is our commitment to treating the trauma that feeds addictions and the mental health issues that accompany substance use. Our staff has extended training and experience in substance abuse treatment and dual diagnosis. Our therapists must be up to date on their licensure and well-versed in trauma response therapy and mental illness. Our nurses and physicians must have completed their medical certifications and are up to date on proper COVID-19 procedures and protocols.
We are focused on healing the family dynamic and stopping the cycle of generational trauma and addiction. This is just as important as healing the recovering addict. We provide your family with counseling sessions and educational family day weekends to ensure you return to a family environment that encourages your long-lasting sobriety and life-long recovery.